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Jenssen, Axel (2011)
Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
Journal: Tellus A
Languages: English
Types: Article
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The annual means of sea-level are considered as consisting of two independent quantities: the height of the zero point in question and the height of the water-surface. An attempt is made to separate these two quantities. The result is a set of diagrams showing the relative secular motion of the zero points and the sea-level.DOI: 10.1111/j.2153-3490.1955.tb01175.x
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    • ASSOCIATIODN'O~ANOGRAPPHHIYESIQUE1 9,40: Monthly and Annual Mean Heighfr of Sea-Level. Up to and including the year 1936. Publication Srientifique No. 5 , 86-91.
    • - Monthly and Annual Mean Heights of Sea-Level 1937- 1946 and unpublished data for earlier years. Publication Scientifique No. 10, 35-36.
    • STUMPFFK,., 1940: Ermittlung rind R e a l i f i f von Periodizititen. Korrelntionrrechnung. Berlin, Handbuch der Geophysik X, 84 pp.
    • VERCELLIF,., 1946: Analisi Periodale dei Diagrammi. Trieste, Istituto Geofisico, Pubbl. n. 221, 5 .
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